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Simply sedap! : Chef Wan's favourite recipes / Chef Wan Ismail.

By: Wan, Ismail, Chef, 1958-.
Publisher: Singapore : Times Editions, c2000Description: 199 p. : ill. col. ; 24 cm.ISBN: 9812047514.Subject(s): Cooking, Asian | CookingDDC classification: 641.5 Summary: "The book includes over 180 of Chef Wan's favourite recipes for snacks, salads, soups, rice and porridge, meat, chicken, seafood, vegetables, and noodles and pasta, accompanied by brilliant colour photographs. Some of the recipes belong to his family and friends, while others were created during the course of his work. Whatever the source, they are bound to please with their balance of flavours as well as their visual appeal. The enthusiastic and knowledgeable celebrity chef opens each chapter with an introduction containing personal anecdotes as well as cooking tips. Most of the recipe ingredients will be familiar to the Asian reader. but the chef does not forget the non-Asian cook. There is a glossary which describes significant ingredents and their non-Asian alternatives wherever possible." - Front cover.
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"The book includes over 180 of Chef Wan's favourite recipes for snacks, salads, soups, rice and porridge, meat, chicken, seafood, vegetables, and noodles and pasta, accompanied by brilliant colour photographs. Some of the recipes belong to his family and friends, while others were created during the course of his work. Whatever the source, they are bound to please with their balance of flavours as well as their visual appeal. The enthusiastic and knowledgeable celebrity chef opens each chapter with an introduction containing personal anecdotes as well as cooking tips. Most of the recipe ingredients will be familiar to the Asian reader. but the chef does not forget the non-Asian cook. There is a glossary which describes significant ingredents and their non-Asian alternatives wherever possible." - Front cover.

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